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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cz1179, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. cz1179

    cz1179 BANNED

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    For once and for all, I'd like to put this in my little knowledgebase I have so I can remember it for the future. When someone requires the "path" to something I seem to forget so easily. Please tell me what the paths are for the following that the client wouuld use to connect to whatever it is they need to connect to.

    Paths to:
    Tomcat JSP (installed via WHM addon modules v5.x)
    Perl
    PHP (v4.3.10, pretty sure version doesn't matter anyway)
    MySQL (v4.x)
    Mail (using Exim 4.3.4)
    Zend Optimizer

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    Fedora Core 1, 2 and CentOS as well.
    CPanel (latest always)

    Thank you much in advance.
     
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    Can someone please help?
     
  3. Marty

    Marty Well-Known Member

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    Paths to:
    Tomcat JSP (installed via WHM addon modules v5.x) - Don't know, I don't use it
    Perl - /usr/bin/perl
    PHP (v4.3.10, pretty sure version doesn't matter anyway) - /usr/bin/php
    MySQL (v4.x) - I don't know why anybody would ever need this, but databases are in /var/lib/mysql
    Mail (using Exim 4.3.4) - /usr/bin/sendmail
    Zend Optimizer - Nobody would ever need this, it just becomes part of your php install.
     
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    Thank you Marty :)

    Anyone know about Tomcat?
     
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    Etheral Well-Known Member

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    just type in:

    whereis binary

    replace binary with the file your looking for, (eg. whereis php)
     
  6. PPNSteve

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    root@cp1 [/]# whereis tomcat
    tomcat:
    root@cp1 [/]#
    hmmm didn't work.
     
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    do you have any idea were you installed tomcat? lol cause its not a pre-configured thing usally.
     
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    A simple

    locate tomcat

    should do it.
     
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    thats wasn't simple..... lol

    anyway i think it's:

    /usr/local/jakarta/tomcat
     
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